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Today I am thrilled to welcome Christine Maggiore-Escribano to Mojo Mondays Bootcamp. Chris is the Senior Vice President and Head of One Platform Marketing, Advertising & Partnerships at NBCUniversal. From college dropout to self proclaimed “polka-dotted unicorn who finally found her tribe”, Chris’ journey is a testament to the power of reinvention. This season we are going deep on the transformative power of storytelling. We’re going to provide the inspiration, tools, and structure, to help you craft your 2022 story. Please join us for this inspiring conversation! For show notes and more information about this episode, go to https://www.i2leadership.com/christine-escribano-mojo-mondays-bootcamp-season-4-episode-6/
Our guest today on Mojo Mondays Bootcamp is Sarah Tabb, Chief Marketing Officer at Milk Bar. In this episode we cover the lessons learned and the wisdom Sarah gained during three career pivots - starting with her front row seat to the implosion of one of the most high profile banking scandals of our time, then working at CocaCola to build her marketing skills, to joining Milk Bar during its growth stage. This season we are going deep on the transformative power of storytelling. We’re going to provide the inspiration, tools, and structure, to help you craft your 2022 story. Please join us for this inspiring conversation! For show notes and more information about this episode, go to https://www.i2leadership.com/sarah-tabb-mojo-mondays-bootcamp-season-4-episode-5/
On this episode of Mojo Mondays Bootcamp, Maria Weaver, President of WMX, shares the importance of checking in with our personal barometers before making decisions - whether it’s the big stuff (like our careers) or daily decisions (like when we should speak up in a meeting). We learn how Maria moved from not feeling valued at work to becoming an award winning Executive and advocate for women and diverse leaders. At the end of this episode we share tips to make progress on your 2022 Headlines as we continue our seasonwide exercise to Create Your 2022 Story. For show notes, link to the Create Your 2022 Story Journal, and more information about this episode, go to https://www.i2leadership.com/maria-weaver-mojo-mondays-bootcamp-season-4-episode-4/
This season we are going deep on the transformative power of storytelling and today we are joined by a master storyteller, Linda Lee, Chief Marketing Officer at Campbell’s. One of the many pieces of wisdom Linda shares in this episode is the importance of starting with the end in mind so we are crystal clear on what we are trying to accomplish and influence. At the end of this episode we share tips to make progress on your 2022 Headlines as we continue our seasonwide exercise to Create Your 2022 Story. For show notes, link to the Create Your 2022 Story Journal, and more information about this episode, go to https://www.i2leadership.com/linda-lee-mojo-mondays-bootcamp-season-4-episode-3/
Welcome back to Season Four of Mojo Mondays Bootcamp! Today we are joined by Penny Pennington, CEO and Managing Partner of Edward Jones. Penny personifies “MOJO” as she shares her journey from a financial planner to managing partner at one of the country's largest investment firms. We also discuss the importance of knowing when to trust your gut and what Penny does to expand her zone of comfort. This season we are going deep on the transformative power of storytelling. We’re going to provide the inspiration, tools, and structure, to help you craft your 2022 story. Please join us for this inspiring conversation! For show notes and more information about this episode, go to https://www.i2leadership.com/penny-pennington-mojo-mondays-bootcamp-season-4-episode-2/
Welcome to Season Four of Mojo Mondays Bootcamp! This season we are going deep on the transformative power of storytelling. Over the next six episodes, we’re going to provide the inspiration, tools, and structure, to help you craft your 2022 story. Our first guest of the season has quite the story to tell - Shalini Govil-Pai candidly shares the choices and pivots she has made throughout her impressive career that ultimately led her to becoming the VP and GM of TV @ Google. We also talk about how important it is for people to find their voices at work and she shares her experience of how she found hers. For show notes and more information about this episode go to https://www.i2leadership.com/shalini-govil-pai-mojo-mondays-bootcamp-season-4-episode-1/
Welcome to Season Four of Mojo Mondays Bootcamp! This season we are going deep on the transformative power of storytelling. This season’s rockstar guests who work at some of the world’s most recognized companies (Campbells, Google and Microsoft), candidly share their life paths and the wisdom they learned along the way. They will reveal the “headlines” they are working on for 2022 and what they are doing to turn them into reality. As always, thank you for listening! For show notes and more information about this episode, go to https://www.i2leadership.com/mojo-mondays-bootcamp-season-4-episode-0/
Kristina Rogers, EY Senior Partner & Global Executive for Consumer Industries, is responsible for defining and implementing EY’s strategy for consumer products companies and retailers and leads over 30,000 EY professionals worldwide. Today’s episode highlights the third step in the VISION Framework, Step Out of your Comfort Zone. You will learn how Kristina’s willingness to follow her inner voice has served her well while working and living in more than 20 countries as well as the chairwoman of the EY Consumer Industries Global Executive Board, which serves to challenge the way companies think about understanding and serving the ever-evolving consumer. Where some see a fork in the road, Kristina can spot a third hidden trail - this superpower gives her the courage to follow her inner voice, to ignore the sage advice of peers, to wear some typically avoided labels like “dropout”. Give this episode a listen for a dose of inspiration as Kristina hands over her entire playbook. At the end of the episode, we discuss this week’s Mojo Move, Step Out of Your Comfort Zone. Thanks for listening! For show notes and more information about the podcast go to: www.mojomondaysbootcamp.com
Yvette Vargas is the Executive Vice President, Head of Development at Citizens Bank. This episode focuses on how reflection and being intentional helped Yvette transform from a shy, introverted girl to a mission driven executive and the lessons she learned along the way. As a first generation Cuban American, Yvette has taken to heart her mother’s sage advice to remember to climb and lift others as a champion of DEI initiatives within Citizen as well as in developing and operationalizing Citizens’ work to promote social equity and drive economic advancement in underserved communities. This episode is filled with strategies and tips on writing your own story and taking agency over your life. At the end of the episode, we discuss this week’s Mojo Move, Notice What’s Working. Thanks for listening! For show notes and more information about the podcast go to: www.mojomondaysbootcamp.com
Jill Greenfield, partner at Fieldfisher, is one of the top Injury Claims Lawyers in the UK. Jill is a fierce advocate for women’s rights and is currently leading the UK cases against Harvey Weinstein and is also involved in supporting the victims of Jeffery Epstein. Jill’s chosen career path was influenced by her early experiences with sexual abuse and violence toward women in her community, in this episode we will be discussing these topics openly. This episode is a powerful reminder to take stock of what fuels us so that we can use our voices to call for accountability and change. At the end of the episode, we discuss this week’s Mojo Move, Interrupt your Inner Dialogue. Thanks for listening! For show notes and more information about the podcast go to: www.mojomondaysbootcamp.com
Hernán Luis y Prado retired from the Navy after 15 years of distinguished service including three combat tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. Today he is the Founder and CEO of Workshops for Warriors -- the only accredited school that supports veterans' transition to civilian life by providing accelerated training certifications that enable them to get well paying manufacturing jobs. This episode is a masterclass on inspired relentlessness and the importance of aggressively ignoring anything that will distract from your mission. Hernán shares how a powerful vision for the future and an all in commitment (he sold everything he had to launch Workshops For Warriors) fueled the creation of this incredible, life changing organization. At the end of the episode, we discuss this week’s Mojo Move, Visualizing your Mojo Motive. Thanks for listening! For show notes and more information about the podcast go to: www.mojomondaysbootcamp.com
Robyn Shepard, Head of Corporate Engagement at Bridgewater Associates, has been recognized as one of the top women in hedge funds and she candidly shares her journey with us. In our conversation we discuss why it is important to create your own opportunities, the benefits of working in a radically transparent culture, and how she springs forward when faced with adversity. This episode provides a playbook on how to activate an executive mindset regardless of your official title - and how to identify the next move in your career. At the end of the episode, we discuss this week’s Mojo Move, Iterate to Innovate. Thanks for listening! For show notes and more information about the podcast go to: www.mojomondaysbootcamp.com
Laura Maness is the CEO of Havas New York. Havas, beyond being a creative powerhouse, since Laura took the helm has also been recognized as one of the best places to work by Ad Age. Laura shares how she transformed the agency out of the Mad Man era and into the Wholeheartedness era. This episode is a masterclass on intentionality and balance as Laura reveals her secret weapon to own her day and chase freedom. We talk candidly about what is required to achieve balance in your life and how to define success on your own terms. At the end of the episode, I share this week’s Mojo Move to ensure you own your day. Thanks for listening! For show notes and more information about the podcast go to: www.mojomondaysbootcamp.com
Learn the six steps needed to activate your mojo. The Mojo VISION Framework condenses Laura’s 12 years of executive coaching expertise and the lessons from the past two seasons of Mojo Mondays Bootcamp.
Laura wraps up the season and shares her final coaching tip of Season 2.
Heather Currier Hunt, IDEO’s Senior Global Director of Learning & Development, spends her time designing experiences to help employees build skills to be successful and manage change. Heather's empathy in helping others navigate transitions derives in great part from her needing to rebuild her life after losing her toddler daughter, Willa, to cancer. As we approach the one-year anniversary of living with COVID and come to terms with its deep toll across our lives, Heather shares how she survived her loss, what resilience truly is, and the power of storytelling. At the end of the interview, Laura shares her MOJO coaching tip of the week: “Mastering Change”.
Brynly Llyr’s career as a Cryptocurrency Lawyer, has been anything but a straight line. We discuss how after dropping out of Columbia University she found her calling as a General Counsel in Silicon Valley. Brynly shares how focusing on the next best step, versus planning one ideal career path, enabled her to be fearless believing ‘the next best step’ would be there if her current plan did not work out. At the end of the interview, Laura shares her MOJO coaching tip of the week: “How to Turn Around Frustrating Situations”.
Kara Goldin, Founder and CEO of Hint reveals what drove her to launch her company, write the bestseller, Undaunted: Overcoming Doubts and Doubters and the power of asking questions. At the end of the interview, Laura shares her MOJO coaching tip of the week: Getting to Yes.
Naomi Wheeless, Square’s Global Head of Customer Success shares how being the youngest executive, and often only women of color, in the room shaped her leadership. We talk about what it takes to develop new skills, how she keeps organized and remembers what’s impacting her global team and so much more. At the end of the interview, Laura shares her MOJO coaching tip of the week: How to Keep Perspective.
Rani Mani, Adobe’s Head of Employee Advocacy shares how her parents’ philosophy -- “many things are possible just a long as you don’t know they are impossible” -- empowered her to pursue her dreams rather than be held back by being born with Cerebral Palsy. We discuss how her work with Mother Teresa impacted her life, the importance of doing something that makes you gasp each day, and so much more. At the end Laura shares her MOJO coaching tip of the week. To get your 2021 Mojo Planner, go to www.mojomondaysbootcamp.com.
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